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                    1. Notable Alumni


                      Hamilton’s 23,100 alumni are collectively among the most loyal, passionate and accomplished graduates of any college in the country.
                      Alumni by Profession
                      Michael N. Castle ’61
                      (Economics) former U.S. Representative; former Governor of Delaware
                      W. Robert Connor ’56
                      (Greek and Latin) former President and CEO, The Teagle Foundation; former President and Director, National Humanities Center; appointed by President Clinton to the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities
                      Stephen R. Foley ’84
                      (Creative Writing) former Commander, U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron (Blue Angels)
                      Carl Hayden ’63
                      (Asian Studies) former Chairman, State University of New York Board of Trustees; former Chancellor, New York State Board of Regents
                      Christina H. Pearson ’95
                      (English Literature) Senior Director of Public Relations, Microsoft Corporation; former Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services
                      Elihu Root 1864*
                      U.S. Senator, Secretary of War, Secretary of State and Winner of the 1912 Nobel Peace Prize
                      James S. Sherman 1878*
                      Vice President of the United States
                      David K. Smith ’79
                      (Geology) Nuclear Security Coordinator (Forensics), International Atomic Energy Agency
                      Gerrit Smith 1818*
                      Philanthropist and Leading Abolitionist
                      Tom Vilsack ’72
                      (History) President and CEO, U.S. Dairy Export Council; former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture; former Governor of Iowa; Democratic Candidate for President in 2008
                      John B. Emerson ’75
                      (Government and Philosophy) former U.S. Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany
                      Michael Klosson ’71
                      (History and Public Policy) Vice President of Policy and Humanitarian Response, Save the Children Foundation; former U.S. Ambassador to Cyprus
                      Edward “Alex” Lee ’72
                      (History), Deputy Assistant Secretary for South America and Cuba
                      Sol M. Linowitz ’35*
                      (German and Philosophy) Ambassador to the Organization of American States; Chairman of the Board of Xerox; Co-Negotiator of the Panama Canal Treaties; Recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom
                      Edward S. Walker, Jr. ’62
                      (Philosophy) former President and CEO, Middle East Institute; former U.S. Ambassador to Israel, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates
                      Robert Bernstock ’72
                      (History) President and Chief Executive Officer, USCI Company; former President, Mailing and Shipping Services, U.S. Postal Service; former President, Campbell Soup Company
                      William M. Bristol 1882*
                      Co-Founder, Bristol-Myers Co.
                      Zeena Freeman ’89
                      (History) former COO, Shyp; former President, Black Diamond
                      Elbert O. Hand ’61
                      (Art) Co-CEO, Alister MacKenzie Apparel; retired Chairman and CEO, Hartmarx Corp
                      Joel Johnson ’65
                      (Economics, English Literature), Retired Chairman, President, and CEO, Hormel Foods Corp.
                      Silas Keehn ’52
                      (Economics and Government) retired President, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
                      Kevin Kennedy ’70
                      (Art) former President and CEO, Metropolitan Opera; Chairman, Wallace Foundation; Retired General Partner/Managing Director, Goldman Sachs
                      William A. Kerr ’79
                      (Government and History) former CAO - Global Operations and Technology, Bank of New York Mellon; former Co-Chair Europe, Bank of New York
                      A.G. Lafley ’69
                      (French and History) former President and CEO, Procter & Gamble
                      Jack Levy ’75
                      (History and Government) Partner, Centerview Partners LLC; former Global Head, Mergers & Acquisitions Dept., Goldman Sachs
                      Dan Nye ’88
                      (Government) Board of Directors, Rocket Lawyer; former CEO, LinkedIn
                      Ronald Pressman ’80
                      (Biology) retired Chief Operating Officer, TIAA-CREF; former President and CEO, GE Real Estate
                      John Rice ’78
                      (Economics) Chairman, GE Gas Power
                      Philip R. Ruppel ’80
                      Chief Operating Officer, Phaidon Press
                      Stephen Sadove ’73
                      (Government) Retired Chairman and CEO, Saks Fifth Avenue
                      Stuart L. Scott ’61
                      (English Literature) retired Chairman and CEO, Jones Lang LaSalle
                      Susan Skerritt K’77
                      (Economics and Spanish) Senior Adviser, Promontory Financial Group; former Chairwoman, CEO and President, Deutsche Bank Trust Corporation
                      Ian Stewart ’83
                      (Economics) former CEO, BNY Mellon Treasury Services, and former Chairman, BNY Mellon Pennsylvania
                      Clyde Tuggle ’84
                      (German) Co-Founder, Pine Island Capital Partners; former Senior Vice President, Chief Public Affairs and Communications Officer, Coca-Cola Co.
                      Jaime Yordan ’71
                      (Foreign Languages) Vice Chair, Citigroup Global Markets, Inc.; former Partner, Goldman Sachs
                      William M. Bristol 1882*
                      Co-Founder, Bristol-Myers Co.
                      Harlow Bundy 1877*
                      Founder, The Bundy Time Recording Company (consolidated into one of IBM's forerunners)
                      Blake Darcy ’78
                      (Government) Founder, DLJ Direct; former CEO, Formula Investing LLC
                      Leigh Keno ’79
                      (Art) Appraiser, Antiques Roadshow; President, Keno Auctions; recipient of the 2005 National Humanities Medal
                      William H. Masters ’38*
                      (English Literature) Co-Founder, Masters & Johnson Institute
                      Michael Mathres ’96
                      (Art and Economics) Vice President and Head of Strategic Projects, MOOTRAL at Zaluvida; Founder and Director, Climate Capital Network; recipient of the 2004 Millenium Prize for Social Entrepreneurship
                      Marc Randolph ’80
                      (Geology) Co-Founder, Netflix
                      Felix Fernandez-Alonso ’94
                      (Chemistry) Head of the Molecular Spectroscopy Group and coordinator of the Centre for Molecular Structure and Dynamics at the ISIS Pulsed Neutron and Muon Source at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
                      Johannes Burlin ’87
                      (Economics) Managing Partner, Linden Life Science; former President, Silliker North America; former President and CEO, Advanced BioScience Laboratories, Inc. (working on AIDS vaccine)
                      Martin S. Hirsch ’60
                      (Biology) Physician and Professor of Medicine, Harvard University Medical School; former Director of AIDS Research, Massachusetts General Hospital
                      Christine Laine ’83
                      (Biology and Creative Writing) Editor, Annals of Internal Medicine (youngest in the journal's history)
                      B.F. Skinner ’26*
                      (English Literature) Behavioral Psychologist
                      Edward C. Taylor ’46
                      (Chemistry) The A. Barton Hepburn Professor of Chemistry Emeritus at Princeton University; research in organic compounds has resulted in the successful tumor-fighting drug Alimta
                      Nat Faxon ’97
                      (Theatre) Actor, Screenwriter, Director and 2012 Academy Award recipient for Best Adapted Screenplay for The Descendants
                      Deirdre Fenton ’04
                      (Government) Producer, ESPN Films; 2016 Academy Award recipient for Best Documentary Feature for O.J. Made in America
                      Deborah Forte K’75
                      (English Literature and Sociology) President, Silvertongue Films; former President, Scholastic Media
                      John Hester ’69
                      (Government) Senior Advisor, MGM; former Senior Executive Vice President, Orion Pictures
                      Eric Kuhn ’09
                      (Government) Marketing & Business Development, Layer3 TV
                      Paul Lieberstein ’89
                      (Economics) Writer, Producer and Actor, The Office (2006 Emmy for Best Comedy Series)
                      Sarah Rafferty ’93
                      (English Literature and Theatre) Actress, Suits (USA Network)
                      Thomas Tull ’92
                      (Government) Founder, Legendary Entertainment
                      Richard W. Couper ’44*
                      (History) former President, The New York Public Library; former President, The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
                      Steve Culbertson ’79
                      (English Literature and French) President and CEO, Youth Service America
                      Katherine Ertsgaard ’83
                      (Economics) Executive Director, Rochester City Ballet/Draper Center for Dance
                      Cynthia Sherwood Evans ’82
                      (Government) Chief Financial Officer, Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation
                      Brian Gallagher ’98
                      (French) CEO, Reach Out and Read
                      John Hewko ’79
                      (Government and Russian Studies) CEO and General Secretary, Rotary International; Vice President, Millennium Challenge Corp.
                      Linda Johnson ’80
                      (American Studies) President and CEO, Brooklyn Public Library
                      David Kunselman ’66
                      CEO, World Development Teams; former CEO, Development of World Orphan Care, World Orphan Network
                      Joel MacCollam ’68
                      (German) President, World Emergency Relief; former CEO, A Child's Hope Fund
                      David Morse ’74
                      (History) Chief Communications Officer, The Atlantic Philanthropies; former Vice President of Communications, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
                      Robert Moses ’56
                      (Philosophy) Leader of the Civil Rights Movement; Founder and President, The Algebra Project
                      Nancy Roob ’87
                      (Comparative Literature) President, Edna McConnell Clark Foundation
                      David Weiss ’75
                      (Government) President and CEO, Global Communities (international development and humanitarian assistance organization)
                      John Kellogg Werner ’92
                      (Government) Vice President, Meta (augmented reality software); Founding Campus Director and former Managing Director, Citizen Schools
                      Samuel Hopkins Adams 1891*
                      Author
                      Terry Brooks ’66
                      (English Literature) Fantasy Author, Shannara series, also author of the novelization of Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace
                      Peter Cameron ’82
                      (English Literature) Author, Andorra, The Weekend, The City of Your Final Destination, Coral Glynn
                      Jane Mason ’89
                      (Creative Writing) Writer/Editor of Children’s Books; former Senior Editor, LucasFilm
                      Peter Meinke ’55
                      (English Literature) Poet Laureate of Florida; past Director of the Eckerd College Writing Workshop; recipient of the 1986 Flannery O’Connor Award and a PEN Syndicated Fiction Award
                      John Nichols ’62
                      (English Literature) Author, The Sterile Cuckoo
                      Kamila Shamsie ’94
                      (Creative Writing) Author, Salt and Saffron, Kartography, Broken Verses, Burnt Shadows
                      Christopher Whitcomb ’81
                      (History and English Literature) Author, Cold Zero and Black; former Special Agent, FBI
                      Stephanie Abarbanel ’73
                      (Literature) Independent Writing and Editing Professional; former Senior Articles Editor, Woman's Day
                      Henry Allen ’63
                      (English Literature) former Writer, The Washington Post; recipient of the 2000 Pulitzer Prize
                      Ellen Archer ’84
                      (French) President, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Trade Publishing
                      Marjory Abrams Edelston ’85
                      (English Literature and Psychology) EVP and Chief Content Officer, Boardroom Inc. and Bottom Line Publications
                      Fabio Freyre ’83
                      (Psychology) Vice President of Advertising, Facebook; former Group Vice President, Corporate Sales and Marketing, Time Inc.; former Publisher, Sports Illustrated
                      Margot Gilman ’81
                      (Literature), Money Editor, Consumer Reports, former Executive Editor, Prevention Magazine
                      Sir David Hayes ’81
                      (French) Owner, The Argian Press; Chevalier of the National Order of Merit by decree of the President of France
                      Stryker J. McGuire ’69
                      (Spanish) Senior Editor, Bloomberg Markets; former Editor, International Quarterly and Contributing Editor for Newsweek; former London Bureau Chief, Newsweek
                      Neal Pilson ’60
                      (History) President, Pilson Communications, Inc.; former Senior Vice President, CBS Broadcast Group; former President, CBS Sports
                      James P. Willse ’67
                      (English Literature) former Editor, Newark Star-Ledger (2005 Pulitzer Prize for local reporting of breaking news)
                      Alexander Woollcott 1909*
                      Drama Critic, The New York Times
                      Steve Wulf ’72
                      (English Literature) Founding Executive Editor, ESPN Magazine
                      William Gaden ’84
                      (Mathematics) Chief Operating Officer, Imagem Music Group; former Senior Vice President and General Manager, Rogers and Hammerstein Organization
                      Bill Harley ’77
                      (Religion) Storyteller/Musician/Author for Children; 2007 Grammy for “Best Spoken Word for Children”
                      Alexandra Alevizatos Kirtley ’93
                      (Art History) Montgomery-Garvan Curator of American Decorative Arts, Philadelphia Museum of Art
                      Thomas Meehan ’51
                      (English Literature) Playwright, Ain’t Broadway Grand, Annie, Space Balls, Rocky the Musical; 2001 Tony Award for The Producers and 2003 Tony for Hairspray
                      Richard Nelson ’72
                      (Religion) Playwright, Some Americans Abroad
                      Cameron “Kip ” Paine ’94
                      (History) Vocalist with Chanticleer; recipient of 2000 Best Small Ensemble Grammy for Colors of Love
                      Michael Shapiro ’72
                      (Art and History) Director Emeritus, High Museum of Art
                      Josh Simpson ’72
                      world-renowned glass sculptor
                      Melinda Wagner ’79
                      (Music) Composer; 1999 Pulitzer Prize in Music Composition
                      Rachel Tischler ’92
                      (Theatre) General Manager, Arden Theatre Company; former Vice President of Entertainment Operations, USO
                      Francis F. Baker ’36*
                      (Science) Reserve Goalie, 1936 U.S. Olympic Bronze Medal Hockey Team
                      Guy Hebert ’89
                      (Art) former Goalie, Anaheim Mighty Ducks; 1998 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team
                      Jim Rushton ’92
                      (Economics) Chief Revenue Officer, Los Angeles Chargers
                      William E. Smith ’80
                      (French) Assistant to the President & CEO, Minor League Baseball; former Senior Vice President/General Manager, Minnesota Twins
                      Gillian Zucker ’90
                      (Creative Writing and Religion) President of Business Operations, Los Angeles Clippers; former President, Auto Club Speedway of Southern California
                      Alumni by MAJOR
                      Linda Johnson ’80
                      President and CEO, Brooklyn Public Library
                      Guy Hebert ’89
                      Former Goalie, Anaheim Mighty Ducks; 1998 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team
                      Elbert O. Hand ’61
                      Co-CEO, Alister MacKenzie Apparel; retired Chairman and CEO, Hartmarx Corp
                      Kevin Kennedy ’70
                      Former President and CEO, Metropolitan Opera; Chairman, Wallace Foundation; Retired General Partner/Managing Director, Goldman Sachs
                      Leigh Keno ’79
                      Appraiser, Antiques Roadshow; President, Keno Auctions; recipient of the 2005 National Humanities Medal
                      Michael Mathres ’96
                      Vice President and Head of Strategic Projects, MOOTRAL at Zaluvida; Founder and Director, Climate Capital Network; recipient of the 2004 Millenium Prize for Social Entrepreneurship
                      Michael Shapiro ’72
                      Director Emeritus, High Museum of Art
                      Alexandra Alevizatos Kirtley ’93
                      Montgomery-Garvan Curator of American Decorative Arts, Philadelphia Museum of Art
                      Philip R. Ruppel ’80
                      President, McGraw-Hill Professional
                      Carl Hayden ’63
                      Former Chairman, State University of New York Board of Trustees; former Chancellor, New York State Board of Regents
                      Felix Fernandez-Alonso ’94
                      Head of the Molecular Spectroscopy Group and coordinator of the Centre for Molecular Structure and Dynamics at the ISIS Pulsed Neutron and Muon Source at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
                      Edward C. Taylor ’46
                      The A. Barton Hepburn Professor of Chemistry Emeritus at Princeton University; research in organic compounds has resulted in the successful tumor-fighting drug Alimta
                      Scott Wood ’80
                      Dean, University of Idaho College of Science
                      Nancy Roob ’87
                      President, Edna McConnell Clark Foundation
                      Stephen R. Foley ’84
                      former Commander, U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron (Blue Angels)
                      Christine Laine ’83
                      Editor, Annals of Internal Medicine (youngest in the journal's history)
                      Jane Mason ’89
                      Writer/Editor of Children’s Books; former Senior Editor, LucasFilm
                      Kamila Shamsie ’94
                      Author, Salt and Saffron, Kartography, Broken Verses, Burnt Shadows
                      Gillian Zucker ’90
                      President of Business Operations, Los Angeles Clippers; former President, Auto Club Speedway of Southern California
                      Johannes Burlin ’87
                      Managing Partner, Linden Life Science; former President, Silliker North America; former President and CEO, Advanced BioScience Laboratories, Inc. (working on AIDS vaccine)
                      Michael N. Castle ’61
                      Former U.S. Representative; former Governor of Delaware
                      Katherine Ertsgaard ’83
                      Executive Director, Rochester City Ballet/Draper Center for Dance
                      Joel Johnson ’65
                      Retired Chairman, President,and CEO, Hormel Foods Corp.
                      Silas Keehn ’52
                      Retired President, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
                      Paul Lieberstein ’89
                      Writer, Producer and Actor, The Office (2006 Emmy for Best Comedy Series)
                      Michael Mathres ’96
                      Vice President and Head of Strategic Projects, MOOTRAL at Zaluvida; Founder and Director, Climate Capital Network; recipient of the 2004 Millenium Prize for Social Entrepreneurship
                      John Rice ’78
                      Chairman, GE Gas Power
                      Jim Rushton ’92
                      Chief Revenue Officer, Los Angeles Chargers
                      Thomas J. Schwarz ’66
                      President, SUNY Purchase
                      Susan Skerritt K’77
                      Senior Adviser, Promontory Financial Group; former Chairwoman, CEO and President, Deutsche Bank Trust Corporation
                      Ian Stewart ’83
                      former CEO, BNY Mellon Treasury Services, and former Chairman, BNY Mellon Pennsylvania
                      Henry Allen ’63
                      former Writer, The Washington Post; recipient of the 2000 Pulitzer Prize
                      Terry Brooks ’66
                      Fantasy Author, Shannara series, also author of the novelization of Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace
                      Peter Cameron ’82
                      Author, Andorra, The Weekend, The City of Your Final Destination, Coral Glynn
                      Steve Culbertson ’79
                      President and CEO, Youth Service America
                      Marjory Abrams Edelston ’85
                      EVP and Chief Content Officer, Boardroom Inc. and Bottom Line Publications
                      Deborah Forte K’75
                      President, Silvertongue Films; former President, Scholastic Media
                      Joel Johnson ’65
                      Retired Chairman, President, and CEO, Hormel Foods Corp.
                      William H. Masters ’38*
                      Co-Founder, Masters & Johnson Institute
                      Thomas Meehan ’51
                      Playwright, Ain’t Broadway Grand, Annie, Space Balls, Rocky the Musical; 2001 Tony Award for The Producers and 2003 Tony for Hairspray
                      Peter Meinke ’55
                      Poet Laureate of Florida; past Director of the Eckerd College Writing Workshop; recipient of the 1986 Flannery O’Connor Award and a PEN Syndicated Fiction Award
                      John Nichols ’62
                      Author, The Sterile Cuckoo
                      Christina H. Pearson ’95
                      Senior Director of Public Relations, Microsoft Corporation; former Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services
                      Sarah Rafferty ’93
                      Actress, Suits (USA Network)
                      Stuart L. Scott ’61
                      Retired Chairman and CEO, Jones Lang LaSalle
                      B.F. Skinner ’26*
                      Behavioral Psychologist
                      Christopher Whitcomb ’81
                      Author, Cold Zero and Black; former Special Agent, FBI
                      James P. Willse ’67
                      Former Editor, Newark Star-Ledger (2005 Pulitzer Prize for local reporting of breaking news)
                      Steve Wulf ’72
                      Founding Executive Editor, ESPN Magazine
                      Jaime Yordan ’71
                      Vice Chair, Citigroup Global Markets, Inc.; former Partner, Goldman Sachs
                      Ellen Archer ’84
                      President, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Trade Publishing
                      Steve Culbertson ’79
                      President and CEO, Youth Service America
                      Brian Gallagher ’98
                      CEO, Reach Out and Read
                      Sir David Hayes ’81
                      Owner, The Argian Press; Chevalier of the National Order of Merit by decree of the President of France
                      A.G. Lafley ’69
                      Former President and CEO, Procter & Gamble
                      William E. Smith ’80
                      Assistant to the President & CEO, Minor League Baseball; former Senior Vice President/General Manager, Minnesota Twins
                      Sol M. Linowitz ’35*
                      Ambassador to the Organization of American States; Chairman of the Board of Xerox; Co-Negotiator of the Panama Canal Treaties; Recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom
                      Joel MacCollam ’68
                      President, World Emergency Relief; former CEO, A Child's Hope Fund
                      Clyde Tuggle ’84
                      Co-Founder, Pine Island Capital Partners; former Senior Vice President, Chief Public Affairs and Communications Officer, Coca-Cola Co.
                      Blake Darcy ’78
                      Founder, DLJ Direct; former CEO, Formula Investing LLC
                      John B. Emerson ’75
                      Former U.S. Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany
                      Cynthia Sherwood Evans ’82
                      Chief Financial Officer, Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation
                      Deirdre Fenton ’04
                      Producer, ESPN Films; 2016 Academy Award recipient for Best Documentary Feature for O.J. Made in America
                      John Hester ’69
                      Senior Advisor, MGM; former Senior Executive Vice President, Orion Pictures
                      John Hewko ’79
                      CEO and General Secretary, Rotary International; Vice President, Millennium Challenge Corp.
                      Silas Keehn ’52
                      Retired President, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
                      William A. Kerr ’79
                      Former CAO - Global Operations and Technology, Bank of New York Mellon; former Co-Chair Europe, Bank of New York
                      Eric Kuhn ’09
                      Marketing & Business Development, Layer3 TV
                      Jack Levy ’75
                      Partner, Centerview Partners LLC; former Global Head, Mergers & Acquisitions Dept., Goldman Sachs
                      Dan Nye ’88
                      Board of Directors, Rocket Lawyer; former CEO, LinkedIn
                      Stephen Sadove ’73
                      Retired Chairman and CEO, Saks Fifth Avenue
                      Thomas Tull ’92
                      Founder, Legendary Entertainment
                      David Weiss ’75
                      President and CEO, Global Communities (international development and humanitarian assistance organization)
                      John Kellogg Werner ’92
                      Vice President, Meta (augmented reality software); Founding Campus Director and former Managing Director, Citizen Schools
                      Robert Bernstock ’72
                      (History) President and Chief Executive Officer, USCI Company; former President, Mailing and Shipping Services, U.S. Postal Service; former President, Campbell Soup Company
                      Richard W. Couper ’44*
                      former President, The New York Public Library; former President, The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
                      Zeena Freeman ’89
                      former COO, Shyp; former President, Black Diamond
                      William A. Kerr ’79
                      Former CAO - Global Operations and Technology, Bank of New York Mellon; former Co-Chair Europe, Bank of New York
                      Michael Klosson ’71
                      Vice President of Policy and Humanitarian Response, Save the Children Foundation; former U.S. Ambassador to Cyprus
                      A.G. Lafley ’69
                      Former President and CEO, Procter & Gamble
                      Edward “Alex” Lee ’72
                      Deputy Assistant Secretary for South America and Cuba
                      Brian Levin-Stankevich ’72
                      Interim Provost and Chief Academic Officer, Xavier University; former President, Westminster College
                      Jack Levy ’75
                      Partner, Centerview Partners LLC; former Global Head, Mergers & Acquisitions Dept., Goldman Sachs
                      David Morse ’74
                      Chief Communications Officer, The Atlantic Philanthropies; former Vice President of Communications, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
                      Cameron “Kip ” Paine ’94
                      Vocalist with Chanticleer; recipient of 2000 Best Small Ensemble Grammy for Colors of Love
                      Neal Pilson ’60
                      President, Pilson Communications, Inc.; former Senior Vice President, CBS Broadcast Group; former President, CBS Sports
                      Michael Shapiro ’72
                      Director Emeritus, High Museum of Art
                      Roger G. Strand ’55
                      Senior Judge, U.S. District Court
                      Tom Vilsack ’72
                      President and CEO, U.S. Dairy Export Council; former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture; former Governor of Iowa; Democratic Candidate for President in 2008
                      Christopher Whitcomb ’81
                      Author, Cold Zero and Black; former Special Agent, FBI
                      Stephanie Abarbanel ’73
                      Independent Writing and Editing Professional; former Senior Articles Editor, Woman's Day
                      Margot Gilman ’81
                      Money Editor, Consumer Reports, former Executive Editor, Prevention Magazine
                      Marjory Abrams Edelston ’85
                      EVP and Chief Content Officer, Boardroom Inc. and Bottom Line Publications
                      Fabio Freyre ’83
                      Vice President of Advertising, Facebook; former Group Vice President, Corporate Sales and Marketing, Time Inc.; former Publisher, Sports Illustrated
                      Audrey Moore ’84
                      Executive Assistant District Attorney, Chief Diversity Officer, and Chief of the Special Victims Bureau, Manhattan District Attorney's Office
                      John B. Emerson ’75
                      Former U.S. Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany
                      Sol M. Linowitz ’35*
                      Ambassador to the Organization of American States; Chairman of the Board of Xerox; Co-Negotiator of the Panama Canal Treaties; Recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom
                      Robert Moses ’56
                      Leader of the Civil Rights Movement; Founder and President, The Algebra Project
                      Edward S. Walker, Jr. ’62
                      former President and CEO, Middle East Institute; former U.S. Ambassador to Israel, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates
                      Bill Harley ’77
                      Storyteller/Musician/Author for Children; 2007 Grammy for “Best Spoken Word for Children”
                      Richard Nelson ’72
                      Playwright, Some Americans Abroad
                      Gillian Zucker ’90
                      President of Business Operations, Los Angeles Clippers; former President, Auto Club Speedway of Southern California
                      John Hewko ’79
                      CEO and General Secretary, Rotary International; Vice President, Millennium Challenge Corp.
                      Stryker J. McGuire ’69
                      Senior Editor, Bloomberg Markets; former Editor, International Quarterly and Contributing Editor for Newsweek; former London Bureau Chief, Newsweek
                      Susan Skerritt K’78
                      Senior Adviser, Promontory Financial Group; former Chairwoman, CEO and President, Deutsche Bank Trust Corporation
                      Nat Faxon ’97
                      Actor, Screenwriter, Director and 2012 Academy Award recipient for Best Adapted Screenplay for The Descendants
                      Sarah Rafferty ’93
                      Actress, Suits (USA Network)
                      Rachel Tischler ’92
                      General Manager, Arden Theatre Company; former Vice President of Entertainment Operations, USO

                      Note: The major did not exist until well into the 20th century; most graduates simply received the A.B. degree
                      *Deceased

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